[Haskell-cafe] Sockets get bound to wrong port on Windows
matthias.reisner at googlemail.com
Wed Jun 2 23:56:06 EDT 2010
Am 03.06.2010 05:20 schrieb Ivan Miljenovic:
>> So I thought it's just an error in the show instance of PortNumber, which
>> shows the bytes flipped. But if I use the following code snippet
>> sock <- socket AF_INET Datagram 0
>> bindSocket sock $ SockAddrInet (PortNum 8888) iNADDR_ANY
>> to bind a socket to port 8888, netstat and TCPView reveal that the socket is
>> actually bound to the wrong port 47138. I'm using network-220.127.116.11 on Windows
>> XP. Is that a bug or am I doing something wrong here?
> Tried testing this as well; not sure how to test if the binding worked
> but "netstat --numeric-ports" didn't contain 8888 or 47138.
here's a complete program to reproduce the error:
module Main (main) where
main :: IO ()
main = withSocketsDo $ do
sock <- socket AF_INET Datagram 0
bindSocket sock $ SockAddrInet (PortNum 8888) iNADDR_ANY
recvFrom sock 65535
The output of netstat/TCPView after starting the program is:
MinSocketBind.exe:2724 UDP PC1:47138 *:*
By the way, I'm using GHC 6.10.4, which I think shouldn't make a difference.
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